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Mark Peters : May 7th 2017 - 07:18 CET

Nintendo Switch protection skins


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NintendoProtective skins for Nintendo Switch mobile game system : Performance Designed Products offers officially licensed protection solutions for the new Nintendo Switch game system. The third party accessory manufacturer from Burbank, Southern California, reaffirmed that their officially licensed Nintendo Switch Screen Protection & Controller Skins are safe to use with the Switch mobile game console and have been tested by Nintendo. Using unlicensed products on the Nintendo Switch is not recommended and poses a risk to the game console. Both Nintendo and the third party accessory manufacturer took great care to find the right combination of materials and adhesives that worked to protect the integrity of the new Switch game system.
Nintendo Switch Skins

Nintendo Switch Skins and Screen protector
PDP has published several YouTube instruction videos. These videos explain how to apply and remove the Joy-Con controller skins and screen protector on your Nintendo gaming device.

The Zelda Collector's Edition Screen Protection & Skins are available for purchase for an suggested retail price of $19.99. Easily apply the screen protector and Joy-Con skins to keep your controllers and console screen safe from scratches. These licensed protective accessories for the Nintendo Switch are available online at Amazon and at retail at Best Buy and GameStop.

Nintendo Switch screen protector

PDP guarantees the quality of these premium accessory products. If consumers aren't 100% satisfied with their officially licensed Switch accessories, they can contact the company customer service for a full refund.

Consumers should have confidence that these skins feature the quality and performance expected from an officially licensed Nintendo product.

How to apply skins and screen protector

How to remove the skins from your Joy-Con controllers

How to remove the screen protector from your Nintendo Switch




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